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ARTHUR HARTEL NAMED AFTI PRESIDENT AND CEO, ROBERT GLASER NEW CHAIRMAN OF BOARD

 LOS ANGELES, Nov. 23 ~PRNewswire~ -- The board of directors of American Film Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: AFTI) has named Arthur P. Hartel president and chief executive officer and Robert L. Glaser chairman of the board, replacing Joseph M. Taritero, who has left the company to pursue other business interests.
 Hartel, 59, has been secretary and general counsel of American Film since its formation in 1985 and has been a director of the company since December 1987. He was named senior executive vice president in January 1988, and served as chief operating officer from September 1988 through September 1989. He was also in charge of animation production for the company from August to December 1991.
 Glaser, 63, has been a director of the company since March 1987 and served as president of AFTI from September 1988 until December 1991. He became vice chairman of AFTI's board in December of 1991. During his long career in the entertainment industry, Glaser has served as president of Viacom Enterprises, Inc., president of RKO General Television and as vice president and general manager of WOR-TV in New York City.
 American Film Technologies, Inc. is headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in New York and production facilities in San Diego and Tijuana. The company produces integrated digital animation and special effects for television and feature films. Breakthrough projects include the first animated short subject film to be completed entirely on an all-digital computer system -- Gahan Wilson's "Diner," to be released by Fox Film Corp. Founded in 1985, AFTI is also the dominant supplier of film coloring services to the entertainment industry.
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 ~CONTACT: Arthur Hartell, president and chief executive officer of AFTI, 818-763-7100~
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